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For sale by the Modern Method of Auction; Starting Bid Price Offers over £90,000 plus Reservation Fee. AUCTION ENDS THURS 25TH NOV @ 12PM.
Impressive 4 storey Grade II listed house of immense charm & character, commanding magnificent elevated VIEWS OVER HOLYHEAD'S INNER HARBOUR (rear). Internal viewing is highly recommended.
If you have an interest in history and something different, then look no further than this impressive 4 storey town house, situated in the centre of Holyhead high street, adjacent to St Cybi’s Church and commanding magnificent elevated views over Holyhead’s inner harbour to the rear.
The Captains Table is formed from the subdivision of Stanley House, a magnificent Grade II Listed building, built in the early C19 with the rear we understand being re-built in late C19. Prior to its subdivision, Stanley House is well known in Holyhead as the former home of the revered Captain Skinner RN, and was the subject of a painting by James Sparrow depicting Captain Skinner on a horse in front of his property in 1828.
Stanley House has long been subdivided into 2 interconnected properties, with the larger of the pair, Stanley House having been a solicitors office for many many years, and the Captains Table was previously a Café for many years, prior to its more recent conversion into a beautiful family home.
The property boasts concrete mullioned windows, retaining of much of its original charm & character, with exposed black painted open joist ceilings, beams and pillars throughout. It has been tastefully modernised, and reconfigured to take in the full beauty of the views over the inner harbour.
The accommodation briefly comprises of an entrance door opening into a foyer with base cupboard beneath the window board housing the electric meter, consumer unit and gas meter.
An inner door opens into the hallway having a door with stairs to 1st floor, and a wide feature staircase leading down to the lower ground. Off the hallway is bedroom 1, which has a feature projecting bay window overlooking the inner harbour.
Lower Ground Floor
The bottom of the stairwell leading into the kitchen has beautiful tiling to either side, with the kitchen offering a good range of fitted worktops, base and wall units incorporating a single drainer 1½ bowl Astracast sink unit, and gas hob with electric oven beneath; understairs storage/utility area with light and power.
The rear projecting bay area provides a lobby with what is believed to be the original solid timber door providing external access.
There is a lovely shower room/W.C. with a contemporary white 3 piece suite with the cubicle having thermostatic shower, and hand held hose, there is also a chrome heated towel rail.
Beautiful cosy lounge/diner with some walls finished in beautiful facing brick, 1 of which has original built-in decorative painted cast iron fireplace; the projecting bay/dining area overlooks the inner harbour.
The 1st floor landing offers a utility area having a range of fitted worktops, base and wall units incorporating a single drainer 1½ bowl plastic Astracast sink unit, gas hob and stand-up with electric oven, together with the stairs to 2nd floor.
To the front is an impressive spacious lounge having a cast iron fireplace and the elevated projecting bay enjoys magnificent views over the inner harbour; there is a 2nd bedroom on this floor.
To the 2nd floor is a further spacious bedroom again having a cast iron fireplace and projecting bay enjoying stunning high elevated views over the inner harbour.
Impressive bathroom with a contemporary white suite comprising of a twin ended bath, low level W.C. with concealed cistern, pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle with electric shower, partially tiled walls, and built-in cupboard housing a condensing gas combi boiler.
This property is for sale through the Modern Method of Auction which is operated by iam-sold Ltd.
This property is for sale through the Modern Method of Auction. Should you view, offer or bid on the property, your information will be shared with the Auctioneer, iamsold Limited. This method of auction requires both parties to complete the transaction within 56 days of the draft contract for sale being received by the buyer’s solicitor. This additional time allows buyers to proceed with mortgage finance (subject to lending criteria, affordability and survey). The buyer is required to sign a reservation agreement and make payment of a non-refundable Reservation Fee. This being 4.2% of the purchase price including VAT, subject to a minimum of £6,000.00 including VAT. The Reservation Fee is paid in addition to purchase price and will be considered as part of the chargeable consideration for the property in the calculation for stamp duty liability.
Buyers will be required to go through an identification verification process with iamsold and provide proof of how the purchase would be funded.
This property has a Buyer Information Pack which is a collection of documents in relation to the property. The documents may not tell you everything you need to know about the property, so you are required to complete your own due diligence before bidding. A sample copy of the Reservation Agreement and terms and conditions are also contained within this pack. The buyer will also make payment of £300 including VAT towards the preparation cost of the pack, where it has been provided by iamsold. The property is subject to an undisclosed Reserve Price with both the Reserve Price and Starting Bid being subject to change.
The Partner Agent and Auctioneer may recommend the services of third parties to you. Whilst these services are recommended as it is believed they will be of benefit; you are under no obligation to use any of these services and you should always consider your options before services are accepted. Where services are accepted the Auctioneer or Partner Agent may receive payment for the recommendation and you will be informed of any referral arrangement and payment prior to any services being taken by you.
The property is situated adjacent to St Cybi's Church in the centre of Holyhead high street and within short walking distance of the Celtic Gateway Bridge which connects the town centre with Holyhead's extremely busy port/railway station. The property is also within walking distance of the promenade and harbour.
Projecting Bay Approx. 2.32m x 2.03m (7' 7'' x 6' 8'')
Lobby Area Approx. 2.17m x 2.23m (7' 1'' x 7' 4'')
Dining Area Approx. 2.12m x 1.77m (6' 11'' x 5' 10'')
Projecting Bay Approx. 2.34m x 2.00m (7' 8'' x 6' 7'')
Projecting Bay Approx. 2.63m x 1.94m (8' 8'' x 6' 4'')
We have been advised by the Seller that the property is Freehold. Interested purchasers should seek clarification of this from their Solicitor.
Due to the interconnected layout formed from the division of the original Stanley House, some areas are subject to a Flying Freehold.
We are informed that the property is still classified as mixed use (residential/commercial) for rating purposes, and appears on the Valuation Office web-site. For continued use as purely residential, the property will need to be re-classified for rating purposes.
When entering Holyhead on the A55 take the 3rd exit off the roundabout towards the town centre, continuing straight ahead at the traffic lights. Turn left immediately after the Cenotaph onto the high street and keep right into Market Street. The property will be seen on the right-hand side just after the Market Cross and before St Cybi's Church.
PARTICULARS PREPARED JHB/CJK REF: 11163591